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in the american politics with political writer rebecca traister air, looking at the influence of women in the 2008 campaign and her new book, "big girls don't cry." filmmaker ken burns and author rebecca traister, coming up right now. >> all i know is his name is james, and he needs extra help with his reading. >> i'm james. >> yes. >> to everyone making a difference, you help us all live better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. with every question and answer, nationwide insurance is happy to help tavis improve financial literacy and remove obstacles to economic empowerment one conversation at a time. nationwide is on your side. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] tavis: always a pleasure to have ken burns on this program. he has once again turn his attention to america's pastime for a new documentary called " baseball: at the 10th inning," airing on most pbs stations on september 28. here is a scene from that documentary. >> far base ball players have succumbed to societal pressures to imp
. rebecca lynn nelson is running as a democrat. she said she did what she was told to do. she filled out a form saying they printer rebecca weir nelson rather than her real name. david collins wanted to know more. >> you were banking on the family's name recognition. >> no, i'm banking on the fact that people know my family's character and that we are conservative and that we're concerned about the environment. >> the state is investigating formal complaints that she did not provide written statements, two, two that she was known in the economy as rebecca weir nelson. we will have more on our website. just click on local news. this man was reportedly ordered to volunteer at an animal shelter after being charged with animal abuse. he is accused of beating a dog with a pipe. the dog was severely injured and eventually euthanized. prosecutors said he needed to perform 50 hours of community service. the spca is upset and admits there were never consulted about the recommendation. >> maryland requires students to learn about the environment. this move could go as far as requiring students to
pocketbook. rebecca? >> the key to this economy is restoring american confidence, so on wednesday, president obama went to cleveland to review a tax cut aimed at the middle class. they are hoping this will convince americans to re-open their wallets. president obama will roll out the plan this week. >> a job, more opportunity out there. >> obviously, the issue. >> tax cuts, i think it should be targeted to individuals. >> they are insisting that this president does feel the pain of the middle class. >> we are on the right path here. >> the president will roll out his new plan. they will permanently extend tax credits to businesses for research and development. today, some of the most visible republicans on the campaign trail said it was too little, too late. >> recovery summer has become the summary of despair. >> economic policies have failed, jobs created, jobs saved, but the fact is, when they pass the stimulus package, they said unemployment would be 8%. >> some of the top aides are describing the accomplishment. now, the advisers to the president say they will take the price tag by endi
the check. i was waiting 90 checks. >> rebecca was also injured on the job and was also a client. the two checks were cut by the state of maryland. one was for $22,500 issued in march of two dozen 8. endorsed and cashed. but not by her. >> did you sign the check? >> absolutely not. i never even saw the jet. >> we caught up with them at a community pool during his home last month. first caller asked about rebecca. -- first, we ask about rebecca. >> it was a check that came from the subsequent injury a fund. it was put into my escrow fund. >> alex? do remember that check? what happened to the proceeds? >> i think that is still available. >> available? it is in your account. where is it? >> i really do not know. >> she says she does not have it. >> she has a case pending. there are other checks. there are other payments. do you know or those checks are? >> no, i do not. >> he is no longer practicing law. he was disbarred earlier this year by his own consent. it was the result of a complaint filed by rebecca to the state's attorney grievance commission. we had another question. with a finding
. >> life wasn't always this way for rebecca, it took a while for her to get pregnant. >> i had a feeling something was off. >> after trying for a while, rebecca and her husband knew it was time to see a doctor. rebecca was diagnosed with unexplained infertility. >> you don't have anywhere to find answers. you don't know exactly what is wrong so you don't exactly know how to fix it. >> the fix came when she came to shady grove fertility center. a procedure where a women's eggs are fertilized with sperm outside the whom and the embryo is transferred into theuterus. the doctor says the success rate depends on the woman's age. >> under 30, a 50/50 chance of pregnancy every time. patients over 43, expect a 5% chance of success. >> give him a kiss. >> it paid off for rebecca when she found out she was pregnant with twins. >> i knew. hi a weird dream beforehand and i knew something good had happened. >> it's the good that comes with having two little ones around, family now complete with plenty to smile about. linda so, abc2 news. >> they sure are cute. all right, tomorrow on good morn
at the elementary school, they will not see their friend, rebecca johnson. that is because she was killed in a tragic crash, a crash that many neighbors they could have been prevented. a child stellate -- a t-shirt -- marks thet-shirt spot. she was attempting to cross the street when she was struck. >> we have been complaining about it. no response from vdot. >> residents say there is no safe place to cross franconia, despite there being two schools along this corridor. traffic often exceeds the 35 mile per hour speed limit. >> there might be some crosswalks, but i would not trust most drivers to stop. >> the mayor says she has complained to state legislators and vdot for years, without success. >> they do not have the money to widen the road, and there is nothing the county can do about it. >> they are hoping what happened to little rebecca johns will not happen again. >> it is time we have some action. >> people have received telephone calls notifying them of the passing of rebecca johns, and many are saying they will no longer allow their children to walk or ride bicycles along francon
flexibility for their long-term success. i am happy to take any questions. i know that rebecca, the executive director, is here, as well as a woman from planning to help us with the situation. chair maxwell: colleagues, any comments or questions? supervisor chiu? supervisor chiu: there is going to be an rfp process. we are simply passing so that it can have a use so we can figure out exactly who will go into the center, is that correct? >> yes. there has been no deal. and entertain the use of the theater has shown some interest, but like anyone else, they would be required to go through the rfp process. i think the supervisors have been looking at creative solutions during this difficult economic times. one that he has helped to establish is if you are familiar with the tower records site. there was a pop-up store i believe on sunday, and all of the employees, a member from the transgender economic employment initiatives, so people who have been seeking jobs, another program which the city funds, they tend to work at the goodwill, so, again, another creative approach as we look at vacancies.
are voting to keep the schools chancellor. rebecca cooper, abc7 news. >> thanks, rebecca. coming up, we will take a look at how mayor adrian fenty went from being king of the district to this. >>> the third time really is a charm for the prince george's county executive. a three-time challenger won the democratic nomination last night. the county sheriff was beaten by more than 10%. and a councilman, kwame brown, defeated another, vincent orange. >>> we are following some breaking news at this hour that is coming in from maryland, where a man was shot near prince george's county community college. newschopper 7 is live on the scene. as you can see, the man was shot at least one time in the upper body. the victim is in critical condition, we are told, at a local trauma center. we will continue to follow the situation and bring you the latest. >>> we have new information coming from annandale. police responded to a domestic assault case. the victim was able to get out of the house, but the suspect is still barricaded inside. a school was secured, and all of the students have been able to
. >> reporter: life wasn't always this way for rebecca tease. it took a while for her to get pregnant. >> i had a feeling something was off. >> reporter: after trying for a while, they knew it was time to see a doctor. rebecca was diagnosed with unexplained infertility. >> you don't have anywhere to find answers. you don't know exactly what is wrong, so you don't exactly know how to fix it. >> reporter: for rebecca, the fix came when she went to shady grove fertility center. her doctor recommended in vitro fertilization, a procedure where a woman's eggs are fertilized with sperm outside the walk and it is transferred into the uterus. the doctor says the success rate depends on the woman's age. >> patients under 35 can expect to have a 50/50 chance of pregnancy every time they try or higher. patients over 43 expect a 5% chance of success. >> reporter: it paid off for rebecca when she found out she was pregnant with twins. >> i kind of knew i had a weird dream beforehand and so i knew that something had happened, something good had happened. >> reporter: it's the good that comes with having two l
. great to have you with us this morning. >> nice to be with you, rebecca. >> i wanted to start off where anthony mason left off. we've seen these eight straight month months. unemployment is still 9.6%. what's your read on the jobs picture right now? >> we're in the first year of recovery. everybody expects so much. if you look at the last two first years after a recession, '91 recession and 2001 recession, we've seen unemployment go up. even though it's not the kind of job growth we would like, it's much better than we've seen coming out of previous recession. >> define for us, if you will, what kind of job growth you would like to see. what kind of growth would bring us back to those more 5% unemployment levels, the type we would call normal? >> most feel we need at least 100,000 jobs a month added just to stay even with the population. we've seen about 90,000 each month so far this year from the private sector. so, the key really is probably when we get up to that 200,000, 250,000 plus level, that will start to drive unemployment down and that may still take some time, well into 2011.
children and cribs being wheeled out of the building as it was broadcast nationally. rebecca cooper joins us with the stories of the workers and the dedicated day care providers who did all the work. >> it is the kind of evacuation plan that many large businesses now have in place of hope to never have to use. today, the discovery channel did. it was a carefully planned and executed evacuation the discovery channel developed in the wake of 9/11 and practices every year. the buildings p a system alerted employees to evacuate the building, but some employees remained trapped on upper floors through the ordeal. tonight, the vice president of discovery channel said half a dozen employees volunteered to stay behind until -- and help the police and hostage negotiators with telecommunications, floor plans, and other information >> we have security cameras all over the building, so we were able to watch it unfold in real time. it was hard to identify the hostages because they were faced down and law enforcement quickly took over the monitoring and movement of the cameras, focused on the bonds and
, and that is where rebecca cooper has more. >> she is scheduled to become only the 12th woman in the united states to be executed since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976, and this is the first virginia woman since 1912, but the governor says he will not block be lethal injection, and it is up to the supreme court. -- he will not blago be so injection -- not block the lethal injection. >> the death penalty is for the worst of the worst, and she is nowhere near that. >> she is the most evil person i have ever met. >> she is scheduled for execution on thursday unless the court grants were a last-minute reprieve 3 and their supporters asking the governor to spare her, but he decided not to intervene note -- unless the courts grant her a last-minute reprieve. there are supporters asking the governor. they even talked about offering up her daughter to have sex with a killer. lewis says she is sorry. >> i will tell the governor that i am sorry, how sorry i really am. >> heard defense attorney says that she is incapable of evil and is instead a victim herself of a manipulative boyfriend -- her defe
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the water. i am rebecca cooper >>> you are watching abc 7 news at 11:00, with leon harris, caroline lyders, meteorologist bob ryan weather and tim brant sports. this is abc 7 news at 11:00. on your side. >> on your side tonight with a sequence of the events that has hundreds asking if there is all local cancer cluster in maryland. >> residents demanded the resignations of officials at fort dietrich. >> they believe that ground water contamination from agent orange has lead to cancer cases. rebecca cooper has one woman's or emotional ordeal. >> a single mother, she was diagnosed in 2004 with a tumor in her appendix. she thought she had it become law until recent tests showed its spread to her lungs and brain. >> it has been hard to raise my son this way. >> she wondered if for cancer could be linked to her high school internship. she worked daily at fort dietrich's biomedical lab. >> looking back, i worked at fort dietrich and was testing the water. >> the water in frederick is the subject of much debate. scientific experts are working with cancer victims and believe there is a cancer clust
president don perrata and gene quan and rebecca chaplain. according to emc research perrata is not the shoe in experts thought he'd be. >> i wouldn't call this a slam dunk looking at the numbers. >> reporter: former tv analyst joe tuman has 4%, the rest 1% or less. to win the election outright a candidate needs 50% of the vote. but with 10 candidates running that could prove a difficult hurdle to overcome. so what happens if no one gets 50%? for the first time oakland will use what's called the ranked choice or instant run off system where voters place their three choices. if no one gets 50%, the choices could count. >> i haven't made my mind up. i haven't done any research. >> perrata i think is the front runner, i'm going to vote for him. >> i'm going to vote for rebecca caplan. >> it goes down to a three candidate race with perrata quan and caplan. then caplan is eliminated. those votes are redistributed and perrata wins. >> reporter: but only marginally. perrata with 52%, quan 48%. >>> police and racial profiling, where a local community group says it's happening and how they are tracki
happy because i realize that people are coming here and remembering. >> reporter: rebecca was a teenager when her father who worked inside the pentagon was killed on september 11th. he feels a connection to his wife at the memorial. she worked at the pentagon and was killed here on the couple's 25th wedding anniversary. >> something to cope with and that is one of those things you don't get over. >> reporter: others say they're dealing with their on going sadness by dealing with the loved ones with the memories. >> to me, the memory of the fire and the flames is fading from my mind and that comes stronger and stronger every year and thasitting there reflecting. >> reporter: jennifer davis, fox 5 news. >> >> reporter: the white house said the president began by privately remembering a day of silence. the celebrations honor a local victim of the terrorist attack. carolyn's family gets together each year on 95 tone remember her. she was working inside the pin when flight 77 crashed into the building. carollen's sister mary said 9 years ago today, she knew something was wrong. >> when i look
rebecca patterson. >> susie: new jersey today applied for $268 million in federal education funds, a move that could help send hundreds of laid-off teachers back to work. it could also help make up for the $800 million cut from the state's education spending this year. all week, we've been looking at the struggles facing state and local governments with our series, "budget blues." tonight, scott gurvey tells us how some new jersey towns are coping with budget shortfalls and some problems unique to the garden state. >> reporter: for states throughout the nation, the worst recession since the 1930s has caused the steepest decline in revenue on record. the washington-based center on budget and policy priorities projects the shortfalls will continue, even as the economy recovers. in montclair, new jersey, a culturally and economically diverse community a 45-minute train ride from manhattan, mayor jerry fried says layoffs couldn't be avoided. >> we had this dual hit this year where we had a 17% decrease in revenues, and on top of that, we had a decrease in state aid. so we saw major layoffs in
it. >> thank you for having me. >> rebecca? >> in san bruno, california, the search resumes today for more victims, federal officials continue their investigating into thursday's gasline explosion that fueled a massive fireball. four people are confirmed dead, more than 50 others were injured, nearly 40 houses destroyed in the inferno that laid waste to the san francisco suburb and we're live there with the latest. >> reporter: rebecca, good morning to you. folks were hoping to get back into the neighborhood this morning to survey the damage but, as you can see behind me, law enforcement still has it barricaded off. the area has been declared a crime scene as investigators continue to comb through the rubble. with the smoke clearing, this cbs news video throw the fire's devastation into stark relief. tires melted on burnt-out cars, 37 homes destroyed, a massive crater, where the fireball exploded into the air rattling loud enough to register as a 1.36 size earthquake. evacuees gathering in shelters hugged loved ones and wonder if this could have been prevented. did you ever smell
to cover the issue and members of congress. reporting live on capitol hill, rebecca cooper, abc7 is. >> president obama is firing back is firing back after the iranian president said that 9/11 was an inside job. he said that the u.s. government orchestrated the attack. members of the european union walked out under protest. president obama called that rent and sensitive. >> it was a fool. -- it was hateful. doing it here in manhattan, just a little north of round zero, for him to make a statement like that was inexcusable. >> the former rham hostage met with the iranian president this afternoon. her two companions remain imprisoned in iran. >> developing news in the fight of gays in the military, it is said that the constitutional rights were violated when she was described as gay. she must be given her job back. the don't ask don't tell policy could be ruled as early as today whether to file an injunction after being ruled unconstitutional. in the countdown to the november elections, a new poll shows that voters are splitting their anger among both parties. 68% do not like the job
woodward has written a new book about the obama administration. rebecca cooper joins us with more on that. >> he did in previous administrations and once again he manages to gain the alternate access, interviewing the president himself and top advisers. but the white house is dismissing the book prosper trail of backstabbing over afghanistan. the headlines paint a picture of the president surrounded by infighting. they paint a picture of a decisive commander in chief comfortable making the call on military strategy. >> as additional troops will allow us to hand over forces. >> key advisers described the president has boxed in by his generals. the president agreed but insisted on a firmer exit strategy. the president's key envoy deemed the surge strategy destined to failure. joe biden called holbrook egotistical. many describe these differences as a healthy debate the president has when making key decisions. white house officials made clear joe biden's description of richard holbrooke was followed by the comment that he was the right person for the job. officials insist no one has time to
say the couple had to throw away most of their possessions and rebecca brown claimed she had to go into therapy because of the emotional trauma. a lawsuit was filed against the hirsch field management company. >>> free money sounds like a scam. >>> moran is on the way. we will see how much -- more rain is on the way. we will see how much. >>> these are gloomy times for stephen strasbourg. we will go live to fairfax where those is training camp is in full swi >>> we have a similar for reader's digest subscribers. people are getting $2,600 checks in the mail, and letter advising them to cash the check and send it to an address in washington state for exchange -- in washington state in exchange for more money. the bank will eventually catch the error. by then, it is too late. reader's digest says it would never ask winners to collect a prize. >>> you never hear a lot of stories about economic prosperity of. >> the number of hispanic business owners has shot up. >> we have seen incredible growth over the last five years. from an hispanic perspective in business, we are part of the comm
now for more than a year. the president says there is little to celebrate. rebecca cooper is life -- live with the local reaction. >> the president attended a town hall hosted by cnbc. >> at today's town hall meeting, even some of the president's strong supporters in the audience said they still are not feeling an economic rebound or the change he promised as a candidate. >> i am one of your middle class americans. quite frankly, i am exhausted. >> times are tough for everybody right now. i understand your frustration. >> the president criticized a group of government economist. a new report released today declared that the recession specifically ended in june of last year. the president says the economy has been growing since then, businesses are gaining ground, jobs are being created, but he made sure to save best -- >> the whole was so deep, a lot of people out there are still hurting. they're still having a tough time. >> in northern virginia, people say continuing concerns about unemployment that keep them from feeling optimistic about the economy. >> what if 5 is my job? >>
. the former alaska governor was not interviewed. more on that article that is generating headlines, rebecca cooper sat down with the politico. >> thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> talking about the economy, middle east peace talks, but what are we really talking about? what is happening with sarah palin these days. >> she is of an iowa -- she is in iowa, in indication that she is looking at this politically instead of a way to make money. >> that is not what people are talking about. what they're talking about is the vanity fair argument -- article. >> that is true. >> she created even bigger press by responding. >> she said that somebody or something was impotent or lim p. pretty graphic. none of re-staff will speak. i do not think he will ever get a truly accurate picture. >> she keeps putting yourself out there. >> she is an important figure in the republican party. it is someone you could do well as a presidential candidate. >> this is interesting, this is the bane rollout. she is going to be on "dancing with the stars." that is pretty graphic it to call reporters impot
to be put to death in virginia in a century. rebecca cooper has the story. >> is it the wrongful execution of a woman? >> the death penalty is reserved for the worst of the worst, and she is not close to that. >> or did she carefully plot the death of her husband and step son? >> i can say she is one of the most evil people there is. >> mcdonald says he remains convinced lewis acted in cold blood planning to collect insurance money by having her boyfriend, even going through her husband's pockets while he lay diing. >> i would tell the governor, if i were to speak to him, these are people i love very much. >> her defense attorney would say she is a victim herself of an evil boyfriend. >> she is on the cusp of mental retardation herself and she was an easy mark. >> if someone is close to mental retardation, they are not subject to the death penalty. . >>> police were responding to a domestic dispute call when a man with a rifle opened fire on officers. the man, identified as 28-year-old michael cohen, was killed. >>> a leesburg man charged with murdering his wife. steven combs lafleur. the
not to have known each other. >>> a 9-year-old girl was fatally struck by a car. rebecca johns was struck on franconia road on monday when struck by a car. she died. residents say there is no safe place across franconia road even though there are two schools and a park along that corridor. >> it has been a nightmare. people have complained for years about it. all the way to telegraph. >> it takes a tragedy like this, unfortunately. it's time to get resolution. >> many parents are no longer allowing their children to walk or ride their bikes on franconia road. >>> we have 74 degrees on this first day of september. >> still ahead, sparks fly between supporters of d.c.'s two main candidates for mayor. we will have the latest from grace crass. the race. >> a new plan to chase young people from the streets of chinatown, not sitting well with everyone. 4:40 on this wednesday morning. earl is not having an impact locally. it is a category 4, sustained winds at 135 miles an hour. there's mid-level moisture in the air. the green means a lot of moisture. the orange area is the dry air. the hurrican
standing at 9.6%. that is higher than anybody wanted to be. rebecca cooper lives at -- joins us live from the studio. >> it shows the eight straight month in which the numbers of new private-sector jobs went up. that did not stop unemployment from going up this month. president obama is vowing a new approach. it was not by much, but the new unemployment numbers to go up just enough for the bad news to overshadow the good news. the total unemployment is now at 9.6%. today, president obama was quick to point out that the economy was losing 750,000 jobs a month. today's jobs show deep private sector created 67,000 new jobs last month. that is more than analysts expected. more needs to be done, he said. >> that is why i am calling on congress to make passing a this -- a small business jobs bill its first order of business. >> president was asked -- the economy is moving in a positive direction. jobs are being created. they are not being created as fast as they need to. >> president obama at promised a new package of economic ideas. republicans say the president does not also extend tax cuts f
never been the safe. >> life wasn't always this way for rebecca. it took a while for her to get pregnant. >> i had a feeling was off. i didn't know what it was. >> after trying for a while, rebecca and her husband knew it was time to see a doctor. rebecca was diagnosed with unexplained infertility. >> you don't know exactly what is wrong, so you don't exactly know how to fix it. >> her doctor recommended ivf. a women's eggs are fertilized with sperm outside the womb and the embryo is implanted inside the uterus. >> a 50/50 chance of pregnancy. patients over 43 expect a 5% chance of success. >> can you give him a kiss? >> it paid off for rebecca when she found out she was pregnant with twins. >> i kind of knew. i had a weird dream beforehand and so i knew that something had happened. something good had happened. >> it's the good that comes with having two little ones around. family now complete with plenty to smile about. linda so, abc2 news. >>> and tomorrow on good morning maryland at 9:00, we are going to look at adoption and how it was the right choice for one family
news business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis at the new york stock exchange this morning. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning, maggie. we all know how much the great recession battered down stocks. well, yesterday, stocks responded positively to the news that it is now behind us. the dow ended higher by 145 points, putting it on track for the best september in 71 years. but still, as we all know, the struggles on main street, they do persist, and we're seeing that in the issues that the great recession raised for all of us. it wiped out 7.3 million american jobs. 21% of our net worth was wiped out between december of 2007, and june of 2009. the official end of the recession. and economists believe it will take significant amounts of time just to regain the pre-recession levels on the employment front. in fact, some economists believe it will take as long as 2013 just to get back to normal employment levels in this country. another key in all of this is housing prices, and wall street will be watching a bunch of data this week on that. maggie? >> all right, rebecca jarv
. rebecca lynn nelson had her baname on the ballot as rebecca weir nelson. her opponents say she is trying to cash in on her family's name to win votes. >> you are banking on name recognition to help propel you into office. >> people know my family's character. we are conservative and concerned about the informant. >> officials say even as they rule against her, it is unlikely her wind will be disqualified. >> a bizarre sense for a man convicted of animal cruelty. back in august, a man was convicted of beating a dog severely. prosecutors agreed to drop the case in return for community service at the maryland spca. officials turned him away saying they are dumbfounded as to what a judge thought it was an appropriate since. >> this recommendation would not have been made if the abuse happened to the children. if the court what rehabilitation, it would be safer. >> the spca was never consulted about the recommendation. it is not clear what alternate sentenced chambers will have to serve. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> we have an update on the accident on was down
, a parent from one of the cases, rebecca eaststep wrote to us to say there's more to this story than we know. rebecca joins us this morning. >> good morning, alisyn, thanks for having me. >> you wrote that your son's-- you believe that your son got autism as a result of vaccines he got when he was around two years old. you've spent the last ten years researching this and we're showing your son, eric, now at inge a 12. in your letter, you called our attention to the fact that it's not just the hanna polling case, but the federal government is it giving monetary awards to hundreds of parents with autistic children, but there's a catch, they can't use the word autism in their lawsuits. explain. >> well, i don't know if it's hundreds of cases, but that there are several cases. if you stay away from, that the child has autism, but has a brain injury for like encephalopathy or a seizure disorder those are damages you can receive award from the vaccine injury compensation program. in 2002 we filed our claim in the autism omnibus program because that's what we were told was the proper procedure. we
him to come outside that building. we will let you get back to it. let's go to rebecca cooper. >> we are here at wayne ave outside the back of the building. swat teams moved into the building throughout the day with bomb sniffing dogs to try to get closer to the gun man. there were a lot of people trying to reconnect throughout the day. were you able -- we were able to speak to one man searching for his daughter who works at the discovery channel. sarah was coming back from lunch when she walked in and saw a man on the floor she believed had a heart attack. she looked up and saw two security men and a delivery man who appointed his gun at her. she was able to leave quickly. she was able to let her father know she was all right. there were many parents trying to connect with children in the day care center. we spoke to some parents to had to evacuate without their children. some parents were able to get their children as they left. many of the day care workers having to push cribs across the street into mcdonald's. the day care worker is working hard to keep everyone,. -- to keep ever
continues. we'll have more on your weather in a bit. rebecca, back to you. >> thank you. iran's volatile president mahmoud ahmadinejad again put his talent for stirring things up on full display in new york and president obama was drawn into the controversy. our senior white house correspondent, bill plante, has this story. good morning, bill. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. ahmadinejad doubled down on the suggestion the u.s. might have been behind the 9/11 attacks and drew an outraged response from president obama. but ahmadinejad also met with sarah shourd, the american woman who was just released from an iranian prison after being held there more than a year. shourd and her mother asked ahmadinejad for the release of jane bauer and josh fattal, still held in iran. shourd called it a very positive experience. >> i'm hopeful that the president will -- will try to advocate on my fiance and my friend josh's behalf and i really feel very happy with the gesture and graciousness shown today. >> president obama in a bbc interview aimed at iran expressed outrage at ahmadinejad's claim
president don perrata and gene quan and rebecca capland. perrata is the best known but he's not the sure thing some analysts thought he'd be. >> i wouldn't call this a slam dunk when i look at these numbers. >> reporter: the numbers, perrata, 26%, quan 22 personalty. kaplan 17%. the rest onepercent or less. >> reporter: to win the election, a candidate needs 50% or more. but with 10 candidates running that's a difficult number to reach. if no one gets 50%, second and third choices could count. >> what's interesting to us is that 1/3 of the voters at this point are undecided. >> i haven't made my mind up. i haven't done any research. >> i think perrata, i think he's the front runner, i'm going to vote for him. >> i'm going to vote for rebecca kaplan. >> reporter: in this case, second and third places will likely make a difference. >> it goes down to a three candidate race for perrata, quan and kaplan. >> reporter: but he would only win narrowly. >>> and with so many undecided, analysts say debates could make a big difference. so our on website ktvu.com. you will find complete information
this is a three person race. >> the three? former state senate president don perrata and gene quan and rebecca capland. perrata is the best known but he's not the sure thing some analysts thought he'd be. >> i wouldn't call this a slam dunk when i look at these numbers. >> reporter: the numbers, perrata, 26%, quan 22 personalty. kaplan 17%. the rest onepercent or less. >> reporter: to win the election, a candidate needs 50% or more. but with 10 candidates running that's a difficult number to reach. if no one gets 50%, second and third choices could count. >> what's interesting to us is that 1/3 of the voters at this point are undecided. >> i haven't made my mind up. i haven't done any research. >> i think perrata, i think he's the front runner, i'm going to vote for him. >> i'm going to vote for rebecca kaplan. >> reporter: in this case, second and third places will likely make a difference. >> it goes down to a three candidate race for perrata, quan and kaplan. >> reporter: but he would only win narrowly. >>> and with so many undecided, analysts say debates could make a big difference. so our
accidente, y entre los lesionados está la actriz rebecca, fue en morelos impacto de frente en la camioneta que viajaba rebecca, solo recibió heridas menores, pero 4 niños perdieron la vida. es toda la información desde méxico, regreso con ustedes. >>> gracias por esta información. >>> y una peligrosa diversión pone al borde de la muerte a niños y jóvenes, y juegan acostados sobre los rieles y esperan que el tren pase, y están bajo la pesada mole, y no menos sorprendentes son la travesura de un bebé, las cámaras registraron su odisea en turquía. el pequeño sale de un área boscosa a un lado, y sin sospechar el peligro baja la acera y gatea hasta donde los autos pasan, y los conductores no se dan cuenta, pero un chofer se dio cuenta que está solo, y le indica a los otros autos que se detengan, y otro llega en su ayuda y traslada al niño a un lugar seguro. >>> la madre del pequeño fue interrogada, y dijo que lo dejó dormida y no se dio cuenta que se había despertado. >>> un error imperdonable. y una cámara grabó en el momento que un malechor robó, y tomó el dinero de la
." on the less publicized races for state office. and we begin with rebecca smith, energy reporter for "the wall street journal." rebecca in the wake of the san bruno fire, there's talk that maybe pg&e has not been as transparent about other pipel e pipelines that might be in trouble? >> i think pg&e has a transparency problem right now, belva. and that became apparent this week when the public utilities commission sent a couple letters over to the utilities, to the president of the utilities saying here are some documents we need that we don't have. and one of the things that's been rather surprising since that accident is that there are some very basic documents that the utilities commission lacks. one is we know that the utility has what they call a top 100 list showing the projects that they think are most urgently needed. we don't know what pipelines are on that list or what length. we don't know how the methodology was put together to determine the ranking on that list. >> why is it taking this for the poc to ask for that? are they going to be under a microscope in this? they're going to
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